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  • Airmen ‘bring the heat’ with hot pits, gear up faster turnaround

    Airmen from the 23d Logistic Readiness Squadron (LRS) and 476th Maintenance Squadron performed a hot pit refuel, Aug. 14, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Members of the 23d LRS preposition fueling trucks to allow aircraft to refuel without needing to shut down. This style of refueling is used to eliminate the need for additional maintenance procedures and to extend pilots’ training time per flight which improves operations tempo.
  • Moody AFB Plans Emergency Response Exercise

    The 23d Wing at Moody Air Force Base is scheduled to hold an emergency response exercise August 21 to test the base’s emergency response procedures.
  • 23d MDG Reassignment of Beneficiaries Continues as Planned

    The 23d Medical Group (MDG) reassignment of retirees and their dependents to off-base TRICARE providers will continue as planned on Aug. 17, 2018. Retiree beneficiaries who have not already selected an off-base Tricare provider will automatically be assigned to a provider within TRICARE's defined local area.
  • Loadbarn keeps weapons Airmen trained, A-10s armed

    The weapons standardization section of the 23d Maintenance Group (MXG), known to the weapons community as the “loadbarn,” is the 23d Wing's (WG) focal point for all weapons loading and armament systems related matters. They ensure that all assigned weapons personnel are certified and proficient on all required munitions allowing the flying squadrons to employ combat loaded aircraft.
  • Civil engineers get gritty during 'A Day In A Life'

    Airmen from the 23d Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) immersed into multiple career fields within their unit during the ‘A Day in a Life’ program, Aug. 6-10, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The program challenges participating civil engineers to strengthen their synergy by going behind-the-scenes and performing tasks outside their career fields to better understand their counterparts and operations.
  • 23d WG command chief immerses with 23d MXS Airmen

    Chief Master Sgt. James Allen, 23d Wing command chief, learned about the Airmen and heard their viewpoints and feedback regarding the operations of the 23d MXS.
  • Current Announcements

    To publicize an event on the Moody public website send all pertinent information to 23wg.pa@us.af.mil. All submissions must be received by noon on Thursday the week prior to publication.
  • JTACs compete in Draco Spear

    Who can call in the most airstrikes without error, ruck march the fastest and accurately shoot simulated targets the quickest? Thirteen joint terminal attack controllers (JTAC) from across the country traveled to Moody to compete in the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing’s first ever Draco Spear competition August 1-10 to find out.
  • Researchers analyze Moody mission, improve Air Force

    RAND Corporation analysts integrated with Moody’s rescue, flying and maintenance professionals to examine firsthand Air Force operations during a visit, Aug. 7-8, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Familiarizing with the Air Force mission helps RAND develop their analysis to ultimately present policy recommendations to Air Force decision makers. Since 1948, RAND has performed analysis for the U.S. Air Force.
  • Pararescuemen retain jump qualifications

    Pararescuemen (PJs) from the 38th Rescue Squadron (38 RQS) performed static-line jumps to maintain their jump proficiency qualifications in Valdosta and Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The mission of the 38th RQS is to employ combat ready rescue officers and pararescuemen to support units worldwide.
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